Wednesday, November 26, 2008

First HP-Compaq dual-core Atom nettop in Taiwan

It's no slate PC / digiframe hybrid, but it is a touch unorthodox. HP Compaq is reportedly preparing to launch a mini-Q nettop, though it could ship under a totally less exciting Presario 2030 / 2020 moniker. Packed within the diminutive box will be an Atom 330 / 230 CPU (respectively), Windows Vista / XP (also respectively), 2GB of DDR2 RAM, a 160GB 7,200RPM hard drive, dual-layer DVD writer and a 6-in-1 card reader. No mention of a release date just yet, but pricing is expected at around NT$9,900 ($296) / NT$12,900 ($386). Read
Mini Q is going retro style, even the PS / 2 ports are, VGA video output terminal for the port, asked why the PM is not a DVI output, the answer is "the original small-size computers with DVI output terminal, mini - Q-based table, not with a view to segment the market to use "
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